Abstract Up Above

Skylights, Oregon Convention Center, Portland, Oregon

Join Becky’s January Squares: Up #8

On the Road Again: Music, Lights, and Family

My niece Amelia as Jo in the musical Little Women at the Hart Theater in Hillsbourgh. Oregon. She was the understudy for all four of the March sister roles but starred as Jo for one performance. Of course I had to be there to see her shine. She was fabulous.

Zoo Lights at the Oregon Zoo in Portland, Oregon. A fun evening.

Two of my sisters who also traveled to Portland. Amelia’s mom, on the left, is from Alaska. My sister on the right is from Southern California. I returned there yesterday with her to spend Chtistmas. Two of my five sisters. So wonderful to spend time with them.

Color Your World 2017: Gray

Gray Day

Storm along the Oregon Coast, Oregon, USA

Jennifer’s 2017 Color Your World Challenge: Gray

CB&W: Camera or Photographer

What Happens When You Go on Vacation with Your Mother and Some of Her Sisters

Snap Happy

Group Shots

My poor niece, Amelia. She became the group photographer when she went on vacation with her mother and some of her aunts. Taken at Canon Beach with my old smartphone because Amelia had my camera.

CB&W: Any Camera or Photographer

A Photo A Week: Natural Monuments

Haystack Rock

Haystack Rock, Cannon Beach, Oregon Coast

Haystack Rock, Pacific Coast, Cannon Beach, Clatsop County, Oregon

Haystack Rock in Cannon Beach is one of the most identifiable geological formations of Oregon. The basalt sea stack is 235-foot (72-meter) tall.  Haystack Rock was formed by lava flows emanating from the Blue Mountains and Columbia basin about 15-16 million years ago.  (Note, this is one of several Oregon rock formations named Haystack Rock.)

A Photo A Week: Natural Monuments

Thursday’s Special: Urban Art

Where Art and Reality Merge

Section of wall on warehouse in Astoria, Oregon.

Section of wall on warehouse in Astoria, Oregon.

Sometimes it is hard to tell where reality ends and images begin. Consider this mural on  the loading dock of a warehouse in Astoria, Oregon.

Thursday’s Special: Urban Art

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